Autodesk University, PTC LiveWorx Go Virtual for 2020
May 12, 2020
Two long-time engineering conferences switch to virtual format due to coronavirus.
Harvey Mudd College Professor on Teaching Robotics, Circuit Design in Lockdown
May 11, 2020
Harvey Mudd College Professor continues teaching circuit design and robotics lab courses under lockdown using take-home Arduino kits
COVID-19 Impact on AR/VR a Mixed Bag: Interview with Lenovo
May 7, 2020
Lenovo Commercial ARVR Lead Discusses Coronarivus Impact on Business, training and remote assistance emerges as solid deployment reasons
3D Printing Shows its Strengths
May 7, 2020
Desktop Metal’s Jonah Myerberg on how 3D printing helps companies respond quickly during a crisis.
Siemens Keeps Engineers Connected During Pandemic
April 29, 2020
Digital Engineering talks to Siemens' Brenda Discher about the company's efforts to support customers during the COVID-19 pandemic.
MSC Helps Customers Pivot to Remote Work
April 28, 2020
MSC’s Roger Assaker explains how the company is supporting customers during the COVID-19 shutdown.
Modeling the Spread of COVID-19
April 27, 2020
COMSOL has simulate the spread of COVID-19 in three regions using multiphysics software.
GM, GE, Ford Begin Delivering Ventilators; MakerBot Joins Face Shield Making
April 23, 2020
Carmakers begin manufacturing ventilators, MakerBot joins PPE drive, AM education continues under lockdown
3D Systems Builds Up Software Capabilities
April 17, 2020
3D Systems' Radhika Krishnan explains the importance of software in additive manufacturing, and how the company is responding to the COVID-19 crisis.
Teaching Additive Manufacturing Under Lockdown
April 13, 2020
Penn State University Professor, Dr. Guha Manogharan, uses virtual machines and simulation software to continue advanced additive manufacturing instruction. Guha teaches a graduate lab course on metal additive manufacturing and design.
Can You Teach Additive Manufacturing Under Lockdown?
April 13, 2020
Penn State University Professor uses virtual machines, simulation software to continue advanced AM instruction.
Academia Pitches in to Make PPE
April 9, 2020
Schools and universities with production capacity begin making face shields.
3D printers rally to make PPE, simulation examines social distancing
April 8, 2020
Professional and hobbyist 3D printers join the race to make PPE, simulation reveals social distancing's effectiveness
Manufacturers Re-Tool to Address Pandemic
April 8, 2020
Companies across the country are shifting production capacity to help address medical equipment shortages.
Campbell Hall 3D Prints Masks and Face Shields for Medical Community
April 7, 2020
School hopes to inspire others in education to join the movement.
Editor’s Pick: Print nylon carbon fiber parts on the desktop
MakerBot says the new material is optimized for high strength, heat resistance and stiffness.
EIZO Corporation Selects the Aras Platform to Respond to Changing Business Requirements
Visual technology provider selects Aras to advance productivity and quality through digital manufacturing.
Dell Technologies Cloud and Google Cloud Launch Hybrid Storage Solution
Dell Technologies Cloud advancements help organizations speed up and simplify deployments.
Delta WASP 3MT CONCRETE 3D Printer Available
This concrete 3D printer, Delta WASP 3MT INDUSTRIAL 4.0 LDM is optimized for large 3D printing.
Editor’s Pick: Fast preparation of SolidWorks files for powder bed fusion 3D printing
ESPRIT Additive for Powder Bed Fusion comes as an add-in to SolidWorks,...
Editor’s Pick: Update adds third solver for simulation-driven design
This update includes the addition of SimSolid, Altair’s powerful software for...
Editor’s Pick: Remote teamwork environment for engineering
Tele-collaboration system enables remote work and team work, improving collaboration by directly...
Editor’s Pick: Industrial metal 3D printer with 1-meter-tall build chamber
Velo3D says this new printer is a response to the trade-off...